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-- oh, my god! sean hannity is capable of being angrier at any given moment than he actually is at that moment! (laughter) he has torn a rift in the space-anger continuum! (laughter) folks, obama's complete lack of loyalty to our murderous dictator allies doesn't just enrage me-- and the loud hole at the top of sean hannity's neck-- it also is raising a red flag for texas congressman and forehead american louie gohmert. jim? >> thank you, president barack hussein obama. he has helped jump start a new ottoman empire. you look across tunisia, libya, egypt and iraq and iran and syria, lebanon, you look and you go, oh, my gosh, this is the makings, this is the beginnings of massive beginnings of a new ottoman empire that president obama can take great credit for. >> stephen: you heard him right. the ottoman empire. it ruled the middle east for over 600 years until it finally collapsed in 1922. or did it? (cheers and applause) (laughter) it did. (laughter) but according to gohmert the ottoman empire is making a comeback with the help of barack obama. and we don't stand a chance, f
about this morning. >> he tells sean hannity he thinks the obama administration tried to to have up the attack. >> they had this narrative al qaeda is no longer a big threat. they never say fundamental terrorism. the president was moving on to asia he was going to declare this a vit great victory and an act of terror convened in their narrative. this isn't stupidity. i said this a while back i got heavily attacked for it. i spent a lot of time investigating coverups and conspiracies. this is a coverup a deliberate brat attempt to cover up the truth from a administration that wanted to make history. it involved the slaughter of four americans. maybe if they had been straight forward about this they could have quelled some of these demonstrations that took place afterwards that also did tremendous amount of damage. >> fox and friends will have a lot more on this at 8:00 a.m. today. make sure you tune into that. >>> moving on to the economy a key issue in this presidential election as you know. that's what sean hannity is talking about with the dnc vice-chairman. he is pressing him on
hear but from a more familiar, earthbound messenger, sean hannity, fox news anchor, talk radio host and reed's old friend. >> this was probably three weeks after the '08 election. my phone rang, and it was sean hannity, and he said ralph, we can't let this happen again, you've got to do something. and i said, well, sean, i've been thinking about it and i've been praying about it, and i said, i want to know that it's not me, i want to know that it's not any ambition of mine. i want to know that i'm doing this for the lord, and that's the only reason why i'm doing it. and he said ralph, god is speaking to you through this phone line right now and he's using me to deliver the message. >> so ralph reed was called back up to the major leagues. but he was short on what the people of the good book used to call "manna from heaven." in this case, the cold, hard cash that's the elixir of politics. miraculously, no doubt, it arrived as a gift from an undisclosed donor, a half a million dollars. which, in 2009, reed used to launch his faith and freedom coalition. because it's designated by the
down with sean hannity and lack of leadership by the president during the talk. >> we have 25 million in under employed americans right now. 106 million americans in poverty. 49 million americans on food stamps in this country. we are really -- and nearly 6 trillion at the end of obama's first term of new debt. this is not a game any more. this is about as serious a crisis as i think we face during the great depression and getting worse. >> this was last year and they fixed it by postponing everything. no tax increases, no sensible alignment. we are going to in january be back in the same mess and they will be in no congressional authorization to pay the bills. this as you well know this is a federal government that borrows a trillion dollars a year. in the book if tim geithner to his credit who is running around saying fire, we have got to fix this. we are going to do potentially something that will be indelible and last for generations. it's going to screw up everything. when you get into the details you realize it could have been fixed. quite frankly ronald reagan would have sat do
him. there are some really thoughtful and reasonable -- rush limbaugh as well as fox new's sean hannity, laura ingraham, alan rest of florida, erick erickson the founder of the koch brother's freedom works -- actually it seems like the entire population of crazytown is on board with mitt romney. but more main stream conservatives have been critical including bill crystal, and david brooks who called him famously now thurston howell romney, and called his ideas a country club fantasy. here is the reality, though. this my dear progressives is not over. while i thoroughly enjoyed talking about who is jumping ship, while the republican chattering classes might be running away, it is still not clear that voters are entirely. so democrats do not count your chickens. in two tracking polls a "wall street journal" nbc poll shows the president's convention bounce is eroding somewhere. and that poll comes after mitt romney's disastrous comments on libya, which many observers thought would play in the president's favor. romney also has the money edge. it raised a r
doesn't think it's racist. >> stephanie: no it's prop humor. sean hannity. >> romney's poor point in this which is there are too many people dependent on government, and that's what this election now is going to come down to -- >> why is he yelling. >> stephanie: because he's scared. >> yeah, dammit! >> stephanie: just because i know sean and we're sort of friends, i just feel like holding him there. he needs a hug. >> i feel bad for these guys at fox news. >> stephanie: yeah they are getting kind of shouty. he is echoing his friend rush who said this is a golden opportunity. it's a good thing it's a god send. >> right. >> whenever mitt romney puts his foot in his mouth and says something absolutely extreme and bizarre, the only people that think it's a good thing he said are the people at fox news and conservative talk radio. but i don't know why they are upset at this point, if president obama gets reelected they get to attack him again for another four years. >> stephanie: exactly. charles on -- >> his base believe in the government's central role in the
will be touring around the country tomorrow and will be a guest on sean hannity on wednesday was in texas and in ohio. this visit tonight and blessed by this room of patriots the nixon library parents will go down as the same goal best appearance of my book tour. i am very proud to be here. [applause] it is an honor to be in this beautiful place and a wonderful tribute to president nixon. the staffas been extraordinary. time-honored to spend time with you tonight. god bless you. god bless america. >> please note is not the authors it is the great gaps that we give them. [laughter] be sure to grab one. >> our conversations here columbia diversity continue on c-span2 joint by helen benedict author of the loathsome soldier. professor use start out with a quote war happens to people one by one. >> i was struck by the quote i was following the war home to the heart of every individual, a phrase that i am quoting but it does affect every individual civilians or soldiers. it is a monster that reaches deep inside and turns every life upside-down. >> how many women served in iraq war? >> over 200,
the country. tomorrow i'll be flying back to new york, and i'll be a guest with sean hannity wednesday night on his show to talk about the book, and i'm doing signings in long island, i was in texas and ohio, i will tell you something, this visit tonight and especially blessed by this room of wonderful patriots who came out tonight, the nixon library appearance is going to go down in 2012 as the single best appearance of my entire book tour. i'm proud to be here. very proud to be here. [applause] and real honored to be in this beautiful, beautiful place n this wonderful tribute to president nixon. the folks on the staff has been extraordinary and hospitable, and i'm just honored to be able to spend a little bit of time talking about my book, "50 things liberals love to hate." thanks so much for coming here. i'll see you at the book signing. god bless america. >> real quick before we go, those of you that have come to our events know that it's not the authors you come for, it's these great gifts that we give them. [laughter] what would nixon do? they're available in the store, be sure to grab
far this year. >> caller: because of the sean hannitys and the mark levines and the rush limbaughs and the john gibsons the ideology that they play across television and radio airwaves, a lot of white males tend to follow that. >> bill: they're the biggest listeners of right wing talk radio. but you know, when they hear this stuff why do they believe it? that's what i don't get. why? >> caller: i have no idea mr. press other than lack of education i would guess. >> bill: i would like to point it up to that. horace by the way, the name is bill. no one calls me mr. press except my wife, carol. >> you sound like a white male! >> bill: i sound like a white male on that note. thanks horace, for the call. we're trying to figure this out. seriously, this is a serious problem. i gotta tell you. i apologize again for my race and for my gender. >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." (vo) what is said here could decide the election. current tv presents coverage of the presidential debate. with unrivaled analysis
for donors featuring fox news host sean hannity. >> hello tampa. >> and country star trace adkins. >> there's not going to be a lot of sleep tonight because we're having too much fun celebrating. >> reporter: but the real rock stars in tampa were mega donors like casino billionaire sheldon adelson. when he entered one republican group event the waters seemed to part. one more sign that at the conventions, big money still speaks loudly. now, those lobbyist sponsored parties and big fundraisers are continuing right through tomorrow night in charlotte. among the most anticipated a big bash by google and what's called super fundraiser for democratic super pacs in which rich donors are asked to cut a check for $100,000 or more. savannah. >> michael isikoff, thank you. in charlotte, ted kennedy's sons open up about their father's legacy kept alive with this convention and what do they legacy kept alive with this convention and what do they now sink your teeth into that big n' toasted if you're ready to soar. good. exits are here, here, and here. a big day calls for the big n' toasted breakfast sa
of a third party? caller: yes. you get disgruntled with you hear people like bill oreilly and sean hannity saying ron paul can't win. it every time he gets up to speak he draws a bigger crowds then obama or romney. the motion is amazing. i run into so many people -- you always hear they cannot win. if they could get more coverage other than c-span, c-span are the only people that are fair to third-party people compared to fox or cnn or ms nbc or any of the other ones. i wish more people would watch c-span and educate themselves to receive more votes. host: thank you for the call. one of your saying -- as we said earlier, ross perot sitting down for his first extended interview in many years. an interview conducted in plano, texas on thursday by richard wealth. they were agreeing to have our cameras in the room. it is a 70 minute conversation including david walker, who has been working with him on a number of initiatives to educate voters on issues in the election. the debt and deficit exceed $16 trillion. his article will appear tomorrow in usa today. we will show you an excerpt in just a
to hide it. we know sean hannity and bill o'reilly take great pride in their conservative principle to rachel maddow and chris matthews and others who are on msnbc are what they like to call progressive/liberals. during the day and, fox news is a good job of covering the straight news by and large. sometimes you think you can see in their political coverage a kind of residue from the night before, but on big breaking stories that are not pathological they do fine, so does msnbc. here's my advice. we have to be more proactive as news consumers, everyone. there was a time when you could just be a couch potato. you get up and more, watch all bit of the today show, walter cronkite, david brent and i hope later dan, peter or topic then you would be pretty will serve. now that screen is so crowded and the voices are coming at you from so many directions that you kind of got to give up on your toes, so to speak, and be mentally alert to who is trying to meet the new -- manipulate you. what social to prolonged period of time, what serves you well, what comes to you and some of appropriate c
points of view. but it's transparent. they don't try to hide it. we know sean hannity and bill o'reilly take great pride in their conservative principle to rachel maddow and chris matthews and others who are on msnbc are what they like to call progressive/liberals. during the day and, fox news is a good job of covering the straight news by and large. some is see today show, walter cronkite, david brent and i hope later dan, peter or topic then you would be pretty will serve. now that screen is so crowded and the voices are coming at you from so many directions that you kind of got to give up on your toes, so to speak, and be mentally alert to who is trying to meet the new -- manipulate you. what social to prolonged period of time, what serves you well, what comes to you and some of appropriate context. and if you do that, you've got a greater range of sources of information than anyone in the history of mankind. any keystroke you can access all the great newspapers, asia, europe, the offerings of the saudi foreign ministry, for example, or look at the economic report of the depar
>> sean: let not your heart be troubled. that's it for this edition of "hannity." we will see you from the dnc convention next week. thanks for being with us. >> good morning, everyone. saturday, september 1st. how did that happen. i'm alisyn camerota. it's the speech everyone is still talking about. clint eastwood's convention surprise. while most hollywood celebs are bashing the speech. one well known person says the reaction is proof of mainstream media bias. >> and the p.c. police are at it again this weekend. the state department wants' you to watch what you say. find out which common phrases could get you a little hot water with the government. >> and babe, sugar lips, honey bunch, talking but, alli. do you have significant other? we are revealing the most hated pet names for your loved ones. "fox & friends" begins right now. sugar lips. >> thank you. ♪ ♪ >> sugar lips. who calls their loved one sugar lips? >> i'm trying to think, do you have a pet name? yes, you do. >> i had one. >> spill it? >> she called me. there is no television show on the program in which i will m
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